In a collaborative workspace, the rules of corporate go out the window, giving professionals the freedom to grow on their own. And at WorkSocial, we successfully stimulate the intellectual and financial growth of entrepreneurs and business owners.
We’re more than a coworking workspace for entrepreneurs in Jersey City; we’re a path to unique opportunities and a more dynamic professional. Besides building strong relationships, we help people optimize your professional productivity.
How so? By helping you tap into a state of flow, which is when we perform at our best.
When we’re in our flow, tasks are easier to execute and we can focus and crank out work. But it’s not easy getting into on your own, sitting in a home office.
Here’s how workSocial’s collaborative workspace will quintuple your productivity.
At WorkSocial, you have total control over your job. You can decide whether you put in the long hours or the half-day (not to mention days off). Instead of falling prey to a typical work schedule, you can build your company at your own pace.
Your workspace revolves around you, whether you’re getting involved with the other coworking clients or are shut up in your zone. You can make calls, send out emails, and conduct business in an energetic and constructive environment.
When you are free from the pressure of a strict schedule, you can take risks and not have to worry about losing your workplace. You’re here when you want to be here, taking the risks when you want to.
And we’ll still be here when the phone calls, the emails, and all that business is over!
At WorkSocial, our members are a trove of knowledge and skill sets that are accessed with a simple “hello.” People are here because they know that networking and an innovative environment are conducive to productivity.
Use these relationships to the fullest and create new opportunities for yourself. These new avenues are uncertain, but you have the benefit of a coworking space relationship: professional, friendly, and no strings attached all at once.
In a collaborative workspace, creative ideas are shared pretty freely among the members. Instead of a typical working environment with begrudging coworkers in various departments, everyone here is independent, intelligent, and hardworking.
When you work with people from different industries, it allows you to take in those new ideas and put them to your own work. And that’s not something you’re likely to get elsewhere.
These new professional relationships open doorways and opportunities for your business by offering unique insight to various job fields. Utilize these relationships as you would the other resources (like wifi, seminars, and events).
As an entrepreneur, you want your work to be meaningful and have the opportunity to take root and grow beyond your expectations. At WorkSocial, we’re here to help you achieve that vision, your slice of the American Dream!
Interested in learning more? Book a tour or contact us to get a better understanding of how we can help you tap into your flow every day!
Winter is upon us, and with it, the seasonal debate over office temperatures begins again. In fact, a staggering 80% of workers surveyed feel that their office temperature is uncomfortable. Unfortunately, indoor climate regulations are based on standards developed in the 1960’s, using the resting metabolic rate of the average male of the time.
Over the ensuing 50 years, not only has the average male body type changed (averaging an inch taller and 30 pounds heavier), but fashion has changed as well, with clothes becoming lighter-weight and less formal. And the workplace has been transformed by the increasing presence of women. It’s time to rethink the temperature standard.
While personal comfort levels are highly individual, there are several factors that influence the thermal comfort of office workers:
Recent studies have explored the consequences of increasing the average office temperature by a few degrees, and there are some compelling reasons to do so:
Unfortunately, office temperature will probably always be a source of dissatisfaction, not only due to the significant differences between individuals but because architects and designers tend to tuck thermostat sensors out of sight for aesthetic reasons. Putting temperature sensors above ceiling panels or inside enclosed areas gives inaccurate indicators for the actual comfort of people in the room.
We will probably always rely on office sweaters and throw blankets, desktop fans and personal humidifiers, but, with some care and attention, we can make the office more generally comfortable, increase productivity, and save energy at the same time. Contact us for more information on flexible, comfortable, workspaces.